Ryan Eid


Chartwells’ workers don’t make a “living wage”

What is most interesting about the full-page paid advertisement that Chartwells put in the last Hurricane issue is not what it said, but what it failed to mention: wages and realistic access to benefits. Many of the 300 foodservice workers on campus who are employed by Chartwells earn so little that they don’t make a…

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